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Written by Alex Kojadinovic
There is a lot of diversity on campus. People come from all over the country to attend Mizzou's prestigious journalism program, and with that, the University gets a lot of people from different races, economic statuses, and religious backgrounds.
Everyone seems to be treated well on campus. The University has an LGBT group as well as religiously affiliated groups. International students are very prominent, as well. Usually, international students stay on campus and live in the same dorm, but they assimilate well into campus life and the downtown social scene. Overall, students are tolerant and accepting of others' views, religions, races, and sexual preferences.
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